The next topic for CCNA is: 1.2 Select the components required to meet a given network specification I wish the blueprint would have been a bit clearer on what they mean with this topic but it’s reasonable to think that
A Quick Look at NAT64 and NAT46
Introduction In the best of worlds we would all be using native IPv6 now, or at least dual stack. That is not the case however and IPv4 will be around for a long time yet. During that time that both
NAT translation – What happened to my traceroute?
This post will describe something interesting that happens to traceroute when you are doing NAT. The inspiration for this post came from a thread at IEOC started by Nick O’neill. He was doing ip nat outside translation but I have
A look at NAT – inside, outside and NAT on a stick
This post will describe how NAT works. The reason for doing a blog post on NAT is twofold. There is a lack of good documents out there describing NAT and I want to do some learning for myself as well.